Apple’s latest MacBook lineup isn’t even a month old yet and news about the next MacBook series is already surfacing.
According to a report buy MacRumours, the latest information comes from TFI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who has said the company intends to launch two redesigned MacBook Pro models in 2021 followed by a new MacBook Air model in 2022 and the common features between these three are that they feature mini-LED displays and Apple Silicon chips.
The report claims that the research note shared with investors, Kuo has reportedly shared that the two MacBook Pro models are going to sport “an all-new form factor design,” and the MacBook Air that is expected to launch in 2022 is touted to be an affordable offering.
“Kuo also believes that Apple will be able to offset the increased cost of using mini-LED panels in Mac devices because the cost of Apple Silicon chips is significantly lower than that of Intel processors,” said the report.
Talking about the expected shipments of these upcoming MacBook laptops, TFI Securities analyst has reportedly revised shipment forecasts by 350% for 2021 and 450% in 2022.
Specifically, the report said that in 2021, Apple is expected to ship 10 to 12 million mini-LED devices in 2021 and in 2022, it is presumed to ship 25 to 28 million mini-LED.